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Mark Farner

THE JAZZ MASTERS (1964 - 1965) 1) Donald George 'Donnie' Brewer vocals, drums 2) Bob 'Bobby' Caldwell vocals, organ, bells 3) Herman 'Herm' Jackson vocals, bass 4) Al Pippins vocals, guitar

TERRY KNIGHT AND THE PACK #1 (1965 - DEC 2?, 1965) 1) Donnie Brewer 2) Bobby Caldwell 3) Herm Jackson 4) Curt Johnson vocals, guitar 5) Richard Terrance Knapp (aka Terry Knight) lead vocals, piano, maracas, harmonica, tamburine, harpsicord

August ?, 1965 CKLW-TV Studios, Windsor, ON (CANADIAN TV "Teen Town". The show was hosted by deejay Robin Seymour. The show was not only broadcast in Canada but also in Detroit (Michigan), Ohio and New York too)

October 30, 1965 Cleveland, OH (US TV "Upbeat". Also Appearing were The Newbeats, Gene Dushon & The Three Degrees. Broadcast date)

November 26, 1965 Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI (with The Rolling Stones)

December 10, 1965 Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI (with The Dave Clark Five, MC-5 & The Underdogs)

December 12, 1965 IMA Auditorium, Flint, MI (with The Yardbirds, Beau Brummels, The Strangeloves & The Jones Boys)

TERRY KNIGHT AND THE PACK #2 (DEC 2?, 1965 - JUL 1966) 1) Donnie Brewer 2) Bobby Caldwell 3) Curt Johnson 4) Terry Knight 5) Mark Frederick Farner vocals, bass

December 2?, 1965-1966 Riviera Terrace, Flint, MI (The band played there as house band)

March 5, 1966 Mother's, Ann Arbor, MI (with MC-5, The Bossmen, The McCoys, Deon Jackson, The Rationals, The Underdogs, The Four Of Us, Bobby Rigg and The Cheveles & The New Colony Six)

April 5, 1966 Mother's, Ann Arbor, MI

April 16, 1966 Cleveland, OH (US TV "Upbeat". Also Appearing were Julius LaRosa, Peter and Gordon, The Platters, Shadows of Knight, The Stairsteps & The Vogues. Broadcast date)

April 23, 1966 Cleveland, OH (US TV "Upbeat". Also Appearing were The Changing Times, The Critters, Dean Jackson, Peter & Gordon, Teddy and the Pandas & Berry Young. Broadcast date)

May 28, 1966 Cleveland, OH (US TV "Upbeat". Also Appearing were Vic Dana, The Miracles & The Ronettes. Broadcast date)

June ?, 1966 Sugar Shack, Chillicothe, OH

June 3, 1966 Mother's, Ann Arbor, MI

July 2, 1966 Minneapolis, MN (US TV "Where The Action Is". Broadcast September 23rd)

July 15, 1966 Mother's, Ann Arbor, MI (with The Chosen Few)

TERRY KNIGHT AND THE PACK #3 (aka #1) (JUL 1966 - JAN 1967) 1) Donnie Brewer 2) Bobby Caldwell 3) Terry Knight 4) Curt Johnson 5) Herm Jackson

July 21-23, 1966 La Cave, Cleveland, OH

July 23, 1966 Cleveland, OH (US TV "Upbeat". Also Appearing were The Bossmen, Bobby Hebb, Tommy James & Dionne Warwick. Broadcast date)

September 27, 1966 La Cave, Cleveland, OH

October 1, 1966 Cleveland, OH (US TV "Upbeat". Also Appearing were Lesley Gore, J.J. Jackson, Keith, The Mugwumps, The Quadrangle, The Rationals, Shadows of Knight & Jean-Paul Vignon. Broadcast date)

October 2, 1966 Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI ("ALSAC Charity Campaign - WKNR "Thank You!" Concert", with ? and The Mysterians, The Capreez, The Left Banke, Jimmy Ruffin, The Rationals, Richard and The Young Lions, Ronnie & Robyn, Bob Seger and The Last Heard, The Shadows Of Knight, Del Shannon, The Temptations & The Vogues)

October 8, 1966 Cleveland, OH (US TV "Upbeat". Also Appearing were Gene Pitney, The Good Times, The Blues Project, The Bossmen, The Hollies & Bob Seeger. Broadcast date)

October ?, 1966 Sherman Oaks, CA (US TV "Where The Action Is". Recording date, broadcast December 15th)

November 5, 1966 Cleveland, OH

Novmeber 19, 1966 Fifth Dimension, Ann Arbor, MI

Fall 1966 various gigs on Los Angeles's area with 'The Dick Clark Caravan Tour'

December 3, 1966 Cleveland, OH (US TV "Upbeat". Also Appearing were The Arbors, Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels, The Rebounds, Freddy Scott, The Vogues & Jackie Wilson. Broadcast date)

December 4, 1966 Action House, Island Park, NY ("Freak-Out '66", with The Fugs, Velvet Underground, Nico, Andy Warhol, Mothers of Invention, The Vangrats, The Left Banke, Brian Hyland, Lenny Welch, The Shangri-Las, The Ronettes, The Godz, The Seventh Sons. Terry Knight and The Pack were advertised but unsure if they played)

? ?, 1966 Agora Club, Cleveland, OH

? ?, 1966 Mentor Hullabaloo, Cleveland,OH

? ?, 1966 Chagrin Armory, Cleveland, OH

? ?, 1966 Chicago, IL

? ?, 1966 New York City, NY

TERRY KNIGHT AND THE PACK #4 (JAN 1967 - ca. APR 2, 1967) 1) Terry Knight 2) Donnie Brewer 3) Bobby Caldwell 4) Herm Jackson 5) Mark Farner vocals, guitar

February 11, 1967 Cleveland, OH (US TV "Upbeat". Also Appearing were Johnny Nash (co-host), The Four Seasons, Gary and the Hornets, The Jive Five, The Magnificent Men, Nick Palmer, The Temptations, The Toys & The Unluv'd. Broadcast date)

March 4, 1967 Fifth Dimension, Ann Arbor, MI (with The Talismen & The Rainy Days)

March 18, 1967 New York City, NY (US TV "Clay Cole's Diskotek". Also Appearing were The Temptations, The Critters & Frankie Randell. Broadcast date)

THE FABULOUS PACK #1 (ca. APR 3, 1967 - SEPT 1967) 1) Donnie Brewer 2) Bobby Caldwell 3) Mark Farner lead vocals, rhythm guitar 4) Herm Jackson 5) Curt Johnson vocals, lead guitar

April 23, 1967 Memorial Auditorium, Canton, OH (with The Beach Boys, Jim and Jean, The Buckinghams & The Chylds)

April 24, 1967 Civic Theater, Akron, OH (with The Beach Boys, Jim and Jean & The Buckinghams)

May 27, 1967 Silverbell Hideout, Ckarkston, MI

July 22, 1967 Cleveland, OH (US TV "Upbeat". Also Appearing were The Blues Magoos, Pat Cooper, The Bill Doggett Band, The Left Banke, The Mauds, The Rationals, Lou Rawls, The Symon Grace & The Tuesdays Blues. Broadcast date)

August 26, 1967 New York City, NY (US TV "Clay Cole's Diskotek". Also Appearing were The Animals, Len Barry, The Cyrcle & The Glories. Broadcast date)

September 2, 1967 Cleveland, OH (US TV "Upbeat". Also Appearing were Bobbie Gentry, Ray Charles, The Happenings, The Next Five & The Triumphs. Broadcast date)

THE FABULOUS PACK #2 (aka THE PACK #1) (SEPT 1967 - OCT 1967) 1) Donnie Brewer 2) Herm Jackson 3) Mark Farner 4) Curt Johnson 5) Al Shane vocals, keyboards

September 16, 1967 Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI (with Odds & Ends & Ashmollyan Quintet)

October 6-7, 1967 La Cave, Cleveland, OH

October 15, 1967 Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI ("The ALSAC Show", with Scot Richard Case, Rationals, Thyme, Booker T and The MG's, Bob Seger, Detroit Vibrations, The 6-Pack, The Quinns, Day Breaks, Eddie Floyd, Pepper and the Shaker, Clara Thomas, Jerry Jay & Solo Sideyde)

THE FABULOUS PACK #3 (aka THE PACK #2) (OCT 1967 - FEB 1968) 1) Donnie Brewer 2) Herm Jackson 3) Mark Farner 4) Al Shane 5) Kenny Rich vocals, lead guitar

December 29, 1967 Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI (with John Lee Hooker & Apostles)

January 6, 1968 Club Limberlost, Leonard, MI (with SRC)

THE FABULOUS PACK #4 (FEB 1968 - MAR ?, 1968) / THE PACK #3 (MAR ?, 1968 - MAY 1968) 1) Donnie Brewer 2) Herm Jackson 3) Mark Farner 4) Curt Johnson 5) Craig Frost vocals, keyboards

March 9, 1968 Cleveland, OH (US TV "Upbeat" performing "Let Me Stand Next To Your Fire". Also Appearing were Canned Heat, Blood, Sweat and Tears, The Blues Project, The American Breed, Bubble Gum Machine, Georgie Fame, The Four Freshmen, The Four Sonics, Bobby Goldsboro, Mortimer's Three Boys, The Racket Squad, The Short Kuts, The GTOs, Debbie Taylor & The Union Gap. Broadcast date)

April 27, 1968 Cleveland, OH (US TV "Upbeat" performing "Let Me Stand Next To Your Fire". Also Appearing were The Delfonics, The Four Tops, Gene & Debbie, Human Beinz, The Irish Rovers, Peggy March, The Platters, The Temptations & Kim Weston. Broadcast date)

THE PACK #4 (MAY 1968 - FEB 1969)

  • Lead Guitar and Vocals - Mark Farner
  • Drums and Vocals - Don Brewer
  • Bass - Rod Lester
  • Keyboards - Craig Frost

June ?, 1968 Birmingham Palladium, Birmingham, MI

October 19, 1968 Crazy Horse Club, Kalamazoo, MI

October 31, 1968 Grande Cleveland, Cleveland, OH

unknown date, 1968 The Beachcomber, Geneva, OH (unconfirmed)

December 1968 They played mainly Teen Centers and 'Battle of the Band' gigs in Michigan this month

1969

January 3-5, 1969 Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI (with The Stooges & The Amboy Dukes)

January 10-11, 1969 Kenmore Ballroom, Buffalo, NY

January 14, 1969 Kenton Dance Club, Buffalo, NY

January 16, 1969 Buffalo State University, Buffalo, NY

January 17-18, 1969 The Inferno, Buffalo, NY (with SRC & The Rationals)

January 19, 1969 Erie Community College, Buffalo, NY

January 23, 1969 Pittsford Pittsford, Pittsford, NY

January 25, 1969 The Falls Nite Club, Niagara Falls, NY (With The Rejects)

January 26, 1969 Blue Water River Music Club, Port Huron, MI

February ?, 1969 Worcester, MA (with The Turtles) (unconfirmed)

February 6, 1969 Cape Cod Community College, West Barnstable, MA

February 7-9, 1969 Your Father's Mustache, Dennis Port, MA (cancelled due to a Snow storm, supporting Orpheus)

February 14-16, 1969 Carousel, Hyannis, MA (cancelled due to the Snow, supporting Orpheus)

Grand Funk Railroad

March 1969

  • Lead Guitar and Vocals - Mark Farner
  • Drums and Vocals - Don Brewer
  • Bass - Mel Schacher

March 4, 1969 Federation of Musicians Union Hall, Flint, MI (Mark Farner, Don Brewer and Mel Schacher rehearse together for the first Time)

May 4, 1969 Limelight Gallery, Buffalo, NY (open mic night) May 9-10, 1969 Limelight Gallery, Buffalo, NY May 16-17, 1969 Limelight Gallery, Buffalo, NY May 21, 1969 Gilligan's Club, Buffalo, NY (supporting Wilmer and The Dukes) May 24, 1969 Gilligan's Club, Buffalo, NY (with Savage Grace & 3rd Power) May 25, 1969 Rockpile, Toronto, ON (2 shows 8.00 & 11.00, supported by Milkwood, The Kensington Market Band & Leather) May 30-31, 1969 Michigan State Fairgrounds, Detroit, MI (First Annual Detroit Rock & Roll Revival. GFR were booked as the 'back-up band' for Chuck Berry) June 5-6, 1969 Sugar Shack, Chillicothe, OH June 7, 1969 Armory, Chargin, OH June 11, 1969 Grotto Hall, Sandusky, OH June 13-15, 1969 Agora, Cleveland, OH (supported by Eli Radish Band) June 20-21, 1969 The Cave, Toledo, OH June ?, 1969 Grande-Riviera Ballroom, Detroit, MI (unconfirmed) June 22, 1969 Springbrook Gardens Teen Club, Lima, OH (2 shows 2.00 & 5.00) June 27-28, 1969 St. Clair County Community College, Port Huron, MI (Blue Water Festival) July 4, 1969 Atlanta International Raceway, Hampton, GA (Atlanta International Pop Festival 1969. GFR were again booked as the 'back-up band' for Chuck Berry, but when he cancelled they were given a consolation spot on the bill, opening the festival)

July 18-19, 1969 Eastown Theater, Detroit, MI (cancelled appearance, replaced by 20th Century Zoo. with Howlin' Wolf & SRC)

July 25-26, 1969 Eastown Theater, Detroit, MI (2 shows on 26th 8.30 & 11.00, supported by Chicago Slim Blues Band)

July 27, 1969 Eden Park Seasongood Pavilion, Cincinnati, OH (Free concert, supporting James Gang, with Sacred Mushroom & Regals)

August 7-10, 1969 Thee Experience, Los Angeles, CA (supporting The Baby, with Stone Face)

August 16, 1969 Mt. Holly Ski Lodge, Holly, MI (supporting 1910 Fruitgum Company, Ohio Express, Shadows Of Knight, Question Mark & Jamie Lyons & the Music Explosion)

August 22, 1969 Erie County Fairgrounds, Hamburg, NY (Erie County Fair)

August 23, 1969 Century Plaza, Los Angeles, CA (First Annual National Promotion Convention' for Capitol Records, with Chicago Slim)

August 24, 1969 Centennial Park, Nashville, TN (The Second Annual 'WMAK' Nashville Music Festival. GFR appeared at 6.30)

August 28, 1969 Mt. Holly Ski Lodge, Holly, MI (with Stooges, Rationals, Frost, Wilson Mover Pursuit, 3rd Power, Plain Brown Wrapper, All The Lonely People, Savage Grace, Double Yellow Line & Woolies)

August 30-September 1, 1969 Dallas International Motor Speedway, Lewisville, TX (Texas International Pop Festival. GFR opened all three days)

September 6, 1969 Cincinnati Zoo Amphitheater, Cincinnati, OH (First Annual Midwest Mini-Pop Festival with Vanilla Fudge, Paul Butterfield, Lonnie Mack & Dee Felice Trio)

September 19-20, 1969 Ludlow's Garage, Clifton, OH (2 shows each nignt 8.00 & 11.30, supported by Eli Radish Band. GFR's first headline gig at the he Grand Opening of Jim Tarbell's new Ballroom)

September 26, 1969 Tyndal Northside Armory, Indianapolis, IN (2 shows 7.00 & 10.00, supported by Fraternity of Man & The Olivers)

October 3, 1969 Georgian Terrace Hotel Ballroom, Atlanta, GA (supported by Booger Band)

October 18, 1969 Olympia Stadium, Detroit, MI (supporting Led Zeppelin, MC5 & Lee Michaels) October 19, 1969 Argodome, Vancouver, BC ? October 19, 1969 Kleinhan’s Music Hall, Buffalo, NY (with Arlo Guthrie) October 24, 1969 Public Hall, Cleveland, OH (supporting Led Zeppelin) October 26, 1969 King's Animaland Park, Richmond, MI (Cosmic Circus Festival, with MC5, The Stooges, Joe Cocker, San Ra, The Up, Brat Band, Milky The Clown & The Mecanical Man)

October 30, 1969 Municipal Auditorium, Austin, TX (with ZZ Top & Bubble Puppy)

October 31, 1969 Music Hall, Houston, TX (2 shows 8.00 & midnight, with ZZ Top & Bubble Puppy)

November 1, 1969 SMU McFarlin Auditorium, Dallas, TX

November 7-8, 1969 Grande-Riviera Theater, Detroit, MI (supporting Joe Cocker & the Grease Band, with The James Gang & The Liverpool Scene)

November 9, 1969 Civic Center, Baltimore, MD (Baltimore Pop Festival, with Johnny Winter, Pacific Gas & Electric & Illuminati)

November 13-15, 1969 The Boston Tea Party, Boston, MA (supporting Santana)

November 16, 1969 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO ("KIRL-FM ALSAC Appreciation Show", with Danny Thomas, Richard Frost, Buchanan Brothers, Bobby Goldsboro, Spiral Staircase, The Clique, The Rugbys)

November 28, 1969 Coliseum, Jacksonville, FL (with Johnny Winter & Noah's Ark)

November 29, 1969 Palm Beach International Raceway, Jupiter, FL (Palm Beach International Music & Art Festival)

December 3, 1969 Playboy Mansion, Los Angeles, CA (US TV "Playboy After Dark" performing "Mr. Limousine Driver" & "Please Don't Worry". Broadcast February 24, 1970)

December 5-6, 1969 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (2 shows each night 8.00 & 11.30, supporting Jethro Tull, with Fat Mattress

December 7, 1969 Oglethorpe University College Field House, Atlanta, GA (supported by Fleetwood Mac, Radar & Paper Sun)

December 10, 1969 Rochester Community War Memorial, Rochester, NY (supporting Janis Joplin, with Fat Jessie)

December ?, 1969 SUNY Stonybrook, Stonybrook, NY

December 12, 1969 Convention Center, Anaheim, CA (supporting Joe Cocker & The Flock)

December 13, 1969 Travelodge Theatre, Phoenix, AZ (supporting Joe Cocker)

December 15-16, 1969 Whisky a Go Go, West Hollywood, CA (with Humble Pie)

December 18-21, 1969 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (supporting Santana, with Fat Mattress)

December 25, 1969 Curtis Hixon Hall, Tampa, FL (supporting Johnny Winter, with Allman Brothers & Tropics)

December 26, 1969 Veteran's Memorial Coliseum, Jacksonville, FL (supporting Johnny Winter, with Noah's Ark)

December 27, 1969 Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA (2 shows 8.00 & midnight, supported by American Dream & Pookah)

December 28, 1969 Municipal Auditorium, Charleston, WV (supported by Pookah & The Outcasts)

December 31, 1969 Eastown Theater, Detroit, MI (supported by Savage Grace, Head Over Heels & Bobby Franklin Insanity)

1970

January 9, 1970 University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT (supported by The New York Rock & Roll Ensemble) January 13, 1970 Crazy Horse, Kalamazoo, MI (supported by Savage Grace) January 16, 1970 Miami, FL January 17, 1970 Miami, FL January 18, 1970 Electric Zoo, St. Petersburg, FL January 23, 1970 Dayton, OH January 24, 1970 Upstairs Ballroom, Lima, OH (2 shows 7.00 & 10.30, supported by Ohio Power) January 25, 1970 Minneapolis, MN January 31, 1970 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO (cancelled) February 1, 1970 Fort Worth, TX February 6, 1970 South Bend, IN February 7, 1970 Chicago, IL February 13, 1970 New York City, NY February 14, 1970 Washington, DC February 15, 1970 Memphis, TN February 20, 1970 Cincinnati, OH February 21, 1970 Cincinnati, OH February 27, 1970 Tallahassee, FL February 28, 1970 West Palm Beach, FL March 6-7, 1970 Port Chester, NY March 13, 1970 Boston, MA March 15, 1970 Salem, MA March 20, 1970 Minneapolis, MN March 21, 1970 Long Beach, CA March 23, 1970 Oklahoma City, OK March 28, 1970 New Orleans, LA March 29, 1970 New Orleans, LA April 3, 1970 Toronto, ON April 4, 1970 Staten Island, NY April 9, 1970 East Paramus, NJ April 10, 1970 Philadelphia, PA April 11, 1970 Philadelphia, PA April 17, 1970 Charlottesville, VA April 18, 1970 Bloomfield, NJ April 21, 1970 Lowell, MA April 24, 1970 Blacksburg, VA April 25, 1970 Niagara Falls, ON April 26, 1970 Albany, NY May 1, 1970 Manchester, NH May 3, 1970 UNC Kenan Stadium, Chapel Hill, NC (Jubilee) May 8, 1970 Hampton, NH May 9, 1970 Forum, Montreal, QC (Montreal Pop Festival, with Robert Charlebois, The Byrds, Frijid Pink, Mashmakhan, La Nouvelle Frontiere, Frost, Amboy Dukes, Collectors, Charlie Brown, Robert Thornberry & Al Nichols) May 15, 1970 Hershey Community Center, Hershey, PA (US TV "The Show" performing "Inside Looking Out, Broadcast June 14, 1970) May 15, 1970 State Farm Show Arena, Harrisburg, PA May 16, 1970 Gainesville, FL May 17, 1970 Tampa, FL May 24, 1970 Kansas City, MO May 27, 1970 Dallas, TX May 30, 1970 Albuquerque, NM May 31, 1970 San Antonio, TX June 12, 1970 Ona, WV June 13, 1970 Crosley Field Stadium, Cincinnati, OH (Cincinnati Summer Pop Festival) June 14, 1970 Bricktown, NJ June 19-20, 1970 Capitol Theater, Port Chester, NY June 21, 1970 Dinner Key Auditorium, Miami, FL (supported by Bloodrock & The Tropics) June 22, 1970 Robarts Sports Arena, Sarasota, FL June 23, 1970 Civic Auditorium, West Palm Beach, FL June 24, 1970 Jacksonville Coliseum, Jacksonville, FL June 25, 1970 Sports Stadium, Orlando, FL June 26, 1970 Hampton Roads Coliseum, Hampton Roads, VA July 4, 1970 Atlanta, GA July 10, 1970 Argon Ballroom, Chicago, IL July 13, 1970 New York City, NY July 16, 1970 Charlotte, NC July 17, 1970 Randall's Island, New York City, NY July 19, 1970 Allentown, PA July 21, 1970 Denver, CO July 22, 1970 Los Angeles, CA July 24, 1970 Stoney Brook College, Long Island, NY July 25, 1970 Convention Halls, Asbury Park, NJ July 28, 1970 Paramount Theater, Wilkes-Barre, PA July 29, 1970 Hampton Beach, NH July 31-August 1, 1970 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (2 shows 8.00 & 11.30, supported by Pacific Gas & Electric & Bloodrock) August 6, 1970 Fort Worth, TX August 7, 1970 Tulsa, OK August 9, 1970 Mosport Park Raceway, Bowmanville, ON (Strawberry Fields Festival 1970) August 14, 1970 Little Rock, AR August 15, 1970 Mississippi River Festival, Edwardsville, IL August 28, 1970 Birmingham, AL August 29, 1970 New Orleans, LA September 1, 1970 Pittsburgh, PA September 3, 1970 Norman, OK September 4, 1970 El Paso, TX September 5, 1970 Houston, TX September 6, 1970 Jonesboro, GA September 19, 1970 Morgantown, WV September 20, 1970 Washington, DC November 25, 1970 Albuquerque, NM November 27, 1970 Shreveport, LA November 28, 1970 San Antonio, TX November 29, 1970 Corpus Christi, TX December 4, 1970 Salem, VA December 5, 1970 Syracuse, NY December 6, 1970 Columbus, OH December 11, 1970 New York City, NY December 12, 1970 Iowa City, IA December 13, 1970 Nashville, TN December 18, 1970 New York City, NY December 23, 1970 Milwaukee, WI December 26, 1970 Cincinnati, OH December 27, 1970 Evansville, IN December 29, 1970 Saginaw Auditorium, Saginaw, MI (Saginaw Pop Festival 'III', with Brownsville Station, Frijid Pink, SRC & The Blues Train) December 31, 1970 Des Moines, IA

1971

January 15, 1971 Royal Albert Hall, London, ENG February 12-13, 1971 Forum, Los Angeles, CA March 12, 1971 University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL March 13, 1971 Loyola Field House, New Orleans, LA March 14, 1971 Boston Gardens Boston, MA March 15, 1971 Civic Center, Ottawa, ON. March 17, 1971 Forum, Montreal, QC March 19-21, 1971 Pirate's World, Dania, FL March 24, 1971 Curtis Hixon Hall, Tampa, FL March 25, 1971 Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, NY March 26, 1971 Civic Center, Monroe, LA March 27, 1971 Freedom Hall, Louisville, KY March 28, 1971 Mid-south Coliseum, Memphis, TN March 29, 1971 Mid-south Coliseum, Amarillo, TX March 30, 1971 Auditorium Coliseum, Lubbock, TX April 1, 1971 Tingley Auditorium, Albuquerque, NM April 2, 1971 El Paso Coliseum, El Paso, TX April 3, 1971 Tarrant County Convention Center, Fort Worth, TX April 4, 1971 Fairgrounds Arena, Oklahoma City, OK April 6, 1971 Assembly Center, Tulsa, OK April 7, 1971 Civic Arena, San Antonio, TX April 8, 1971 Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX April 9, 1971 Hirsch Coliseum, Shreveport, LA April 10, 1971 Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX April 11, 1971 Memorial Coliseum, Dallas, TX April 13, 1971 Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, UT April 15, 1971 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA April 16, 1971 Coliseum, Seattle, WA April 18, 1971 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (supported by Blood Rock) April 19, 1971 Coliseum, Denver, CO April 20, 1971 Municipal Auditorium, Kansas City, MO April 21, 1971 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO April 23, 1971 Dorton Arena, Raleigh, NC April 24, 1971 Memorial Coliseum, Winston-Salem, NC April 25, 1971 Coliseum, Charlotte, NC April 27, 1971 Hara Arena, Dayton, OH April 29-30, 1971 Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI May 1-2, 1971 Syndrome, Chicago, IL June 20, 1971 Frankfurt, GER June 22, 1971 Schweinfurt, GER June 25, 1971 DeDoelen, Rotterdam, NED June 26, 1971 Amsterdam, NED June 28, 1971 Olympia, Paris, FRA June 30, 1971 Rome, ITY July 1, 1971 Milano, ITY July 3, 1971 Hyde Park, London, ENG July 9, 1971 Shea Stadium, New York City, NY (supported by Humble Pie) July 13, 1971 Honolulu, HI July 17, 1971 Korakuen Stadium, Tokyo, JPN July 18, 1971 Osaka, JPN July 19, 1971 Nippon, Osaka, JPN July 24, 1971 Yale Bowl, New Haven, CT October 2, 1971 Atlanta Stadium, Altanta, GA October 3, 1971 Boston Gardens, Boston, MA October 4, 1971 Civic Arena, Milwaukee, WI October 7, 1971 Olympia Stadium, Detroit, MI October 8, 1971 Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, NY October 9, 1971 Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, ON October 10, 1971 Cincinnati Gardens, Cincinnati, OH October 13, 1971 Mid-south Coliseum, Memphis, TN October 15, 1971 Florida Sportatorium, Hollywood, FL October 16, 1971 Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX October 17, 1971 Cotton Bowl, Dallas, TX October 18, 1971 Fairgrounds Coliseum, Oklahoma City, OK October 21, 1971 Forum, Los Angeles, CA October 23, 1971 Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, UT October 24, 1971 Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA October 26, 1971 Seattle Coliseum, Seattle, WA October 28, 1971 Memorial Auditorium Lincoln, NE October 30, 1971 Public Auditorium, Cleveland, OH October 31, 1971 Chicago Amphitheater, Chicago, IL November 1, 1971 Civic Auditorium, Pittsburgh, PA November 19-20, 1971 Capitol Theater, New York City, NY December 3, 1971 Copenhagen, DEN (supported by Mott The Hoople) December 4, 1971 Philipshalle, Dusseldorf, GER (supported by Mott The Hoople) December 6-7, 1971 Cirkus-Krone-Bau, Munich, GER (supported by Mott The Hoople) December 9, 1971 Deutschland Halle, Berlin, GER (supported by Mott The Hoople) December 10, 1971 Ernst-Merck-Halle, Hamburg, GER (supported by Mott The Hoople) December 11, 1971 Festhalle, Frankfurt, GER (supported by Mott The Hoople) December 13, 1971 Olympia, Paris, FRA (supported by Mott The Hoople) December 16, 1971 Palais De Sport, Lyon, FRA (supported by Mott The Hoople) December 17, 1971 Amsterdam, NED (supported by Mott The Hoople) December 18, 1971 RAI Oosthal, Amsterdam, NED (supported by Mott The Hoople)

1972

October 11, 1972 Seattle Arena, Seattle, WA October 12, 1972 Memorial College Complex, Portland, OR October 13, 1972 Sports Arena, Minneapolis, MN October 14, 1972 St. John's Arena, Columbus, OH October 15, 1972 Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI October 20, 1972 Hara Arena, Dayton, OH October 21, 1972 Rochester, NY October 22, 1972 Syracuse, NY October 27, 1972 Hemisphere Arena, San Antonio, TX October 28, 1972 Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX October 29, 1972 Hofeinz Pavillion, Houston, TX November 3. 1972 Public Hall, Cleveland, OH November 4, 1972 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO November 5, 1972 Fairgrounds Coliseum, Indianapolis, IN November 10, 1972 Jai Alai, Miami, FL November 11, 1972 Bay Front Center, St. Petersburg, FL November 12, 1972 Veteran's Memorial Coliseum, Jacksonville, FL November 17, 1972 Assembly Center, Tulsa, OK November 18, 1972 Municipal Auditorium, Kansas City, MO November 19, 1972 Chicago Amphitheater, Chicago, IL November 24, 1972 Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA November 26, 1972 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA November 30, 1972 Forum, Los Angeles, CA December 1, 1972 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA December 2, 1972 Community Center, Tucson, AZ December 3, 1972 Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA December 8, 1972 Coliseum, Hampton Roads, VA (supported by Freddie King) December 9, 1972 County Auditorium, Raleigh, NC December 10, 1972 Civic Center, Baltimore, MD December 14, 1972 Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY December 15, 1972 Civic Center, Springfield, MA December 16, 1972 Municipal Auditorium, Bangor, ME December 17, 1972 Boston Gardens, Boston, MA December 22, 1972 Civic Center, Providence, RI December 23, 1972 Madison Square Gardens, New York City, NY December 31, 1972 Las Vegas, NV

1973

January 26, 1973 Municipal Auditorium, Mobile, AL February 3, 1973 Henry Levitt Arena, Wichita, KS July 27, 1973 State Farm Arena, Harrisburg, PA July 28, 1973 Sports Arena, Toledo, OH July 29, 1973 Cincinnati, OH August 8, 1973 Memorial Auditorium, Greenville, NC August 10, 1973 Omni, Atlanta, GA August 11, 1973 Municipal Auditorium, Birmingham, AL August 16, 1973 Varsity Stadium, Toronto, ON August 17, 1973 Forum, Montreal, QC August 18, 1973 Rosevelt Stadium, Rosevelt, NJ August 19, 1973 Louis Armstrong Stadium, Queens, NY August 24, 1973 Civic Center, Amarillo, TX August 25, 1973 Convention Center, Fort Worth, TX August 26, 1973 Coliseum, Corpus Christie, TX August 31, 1973 Coliseum Jackson, TN September 1, 1973 Memorial Auditorium, Chattanooga, TN September 2, 1973 Memorial Stadium, Charlotte, NC September 14, 1973 Municipal Auditorium, New Orleans, LA September 15, 1973 Civic Center, Lake Charles, NV September 16, 1973 Civic Center, Monroe, TX September 21, 1973 Civic Center, El Paso, TX September 22, 1973 Civic Auditorium, Albuquerque, NM September 23, 1973 Big Surf, Phoenix, AZ September 25, 1973 HIC Arena, Honolulu, HO

1974

March 21, 1974 University of Kentucky, Richmond, KY March 22, 1974 State Fair Coliseum, Indianapolis, IN March 23, 1974 Illinois State University Normal, IL March 29, 1974 Sportatorium, Miami, FL March 30, 1974 Tampa Stadium, Tampa, FL March 31, 1974 University of Florida, Gainesville, FL April 5, 1974 Coliseum, Hampton Roads, VA April 6, 1974 Coliseum, Greensboro, NC April 7, 1974 Civic Center, Roanoke, VA April 12, 1974 Broome Coliseum, Binghampton, NY April 13, 1974 Civic Center, Springfield, MA April 15, 1974 Boston Gardens, Boston, MA April 20, 1974 Civic Center, Providence, RI April 21, 1974 Coliseum, New Haven, CT April 22, 1974 Madison Square Gardens, New York City, NY April 25, 1974 Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI April 26, 1974 Hara Arena, Dayton, OH April 28, 1974 Dane County Coliseum, Madison, WI May 2, 1974 Capitol Center, Washington, DC May 3, 1974 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA May 4, 1974 Civic Center, Charleston, WV May 9, 1974 Public Auditorium, Cleveland, OH May 10, 1974 Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA May 11, 1974 Chicago Stadium, Chicago, IL May 17, 1974 Hirsch Coliseum, Shreveport, LA May 18, 1974 Coliseum, Houston, TX May 19, 1974 Convention Center, Dallas, TX May 24, 1974 Coliseum, San Antonio, TX May 25, 1974 Assembly Center, Tulsa, OK May 26, 1974 Civic Arena, Kansas City, KS May 31, 1974 Cow Palace, San Francisco, CA June 1, 1974 Forum, Los Angeles, CA June 2, 1974 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA June 7, 1974 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, CA June 8, 1974 Veteran's Coliseum, Des Moines, IA June 9, 1974 Civic Auditorium, Omaha, NE June 19, 1974 Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, UT June 21, 1974 Coliseum, Spokane, WA June 22, 1974 Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR June 23, 1974 Seattle Coliseum, Seattle, WA

1975

January 2, 1975 Mobile, AL January 3, 1975 Jacksonville, F January 4, 1975 Winter Park, FL January 10, 1975 Amarillo, TX January 11, 1975 Oklahoma City, OK January 12, 1975 Little Rock, AR January 16, 1975 Memphis, TN January 18, 1975 Lake Charles, LA January 19, 1975 Baton Rouge, LA January 23, 1975 Fayetteville, NC January 24, 1975 Richmond, VA January 26, 1975 Louisville, KY January 31, 1975 Columbia, SC February 1, 1975 Atlanta, GA February 2, 1975 Charlotte, NC February 7, 1975 Terre Haute, IN February 8, 1975 Toledo, OH February 9, 1975 Baltimore, MD February 22, 1975 Salt Lake City, UT February 23, 1975 Denver, CO Frbeuary 24, 1975 Albuquerque, NM February 28, 1975 Tucson, AZ March 1, 1975 El Paso, TX March 2, 1975 Phoenix, AZ March 13, 1975 Syracuse, NY March 14, 1975 Hershey, PA March 15, 1975 Niagra Falls, NY April 6, 1975 Copenhagen, DEN April 7, 1975 Gothenburg, SWE April 10, 1975 Frankfurt, GER April 11, 1975 Stuttgart, GER April 12, 1975 Zurich, SUI April 15, 1975 Hamburg, GER April 16, 1975 Amsterdam, NED April 18, 1975 Wembley, ENG May 9, 1975 Vancouver, BC May 11, 1975 Edmonton, AB May 14, 1975 Anchorage, AK May 17, 1975 Kyoto, JPN May 18, 1975 Nagoya, JPN May 21, 1975 Osaka, JPN May 22, 1975 Tokyo, JPN May 23, 1975 Tokyo, JPN May 28, 1975 Hawaii

1996

Donny Brewer: drums, Mark Farner: guitar, Mel Schacher: bass

May 27, 1996 Raleigh, NC (Winn-Dixie Ribfest) June 8, 1996 Kaukauna, WI (Kaukauna River Jam) June 12, 1996 Medina Entertainment Center, Hamel, MN. June 14, 1996 Aqua-Fest, Rice Lake, WI June 15, 1996 Thunderfest, Dubuque, IA June 19, 1996 York Pavilion, York, PA June 20, 1996 I. C. Light Amphitheater, Pittsburgh, PA June 22, 1996 Rosemont Horizon, Rosemont, IL June 23, 1996 Pine Knob Music Theater, Clarkston, MI June 28, 1996 Milwaukee, WI (Summerfest) June 29, 1996 Heritage Landing, Muskegon, MI July 5, 1996 Marion Park, Norway, MI July 10, 1996 Traverse City, MI (1996 National Cherry Festival) July 12, 1996 Moondance Ranch, Walker, MN

1997

April 20, 1997 Palace of Auburn Hills, Auburn Hills, MI April 25, 1997 Beacon Theater, New York City, NY May 2, 1997 Greek Theater, Los Angeles, CA June 21, 1997 Akasaka Blitz, Tokyo, JPN June 23, 1997 Festival Hall, Osaka, JPN June 24-25, 1997 Sunplaza Hall, Tokyo, JPN June 27, 1997 Hard Rock Hotel Joint, Las Vegas, NV June 28, 1997 Celebrity Theater, Phoenix, AZ June 30, 1997 Del Mar Fair, Del Mar, CA July 10, 1997 Moondance Ranch, Walker, MI July 11, 1997 State Theater, Minneapolis, MN July 12, 1997 Music Hall, Omaha, NE July 15, 1997 Robinson Center, Little Rock, AR July 16, 1997 Music Hall, Oklahoma City, OK July 19, 1997 Great Jones County Fair, Monticello, IA August 1, 1997 California Mid-State Fair, Paso Robles, CA August 2, 1997 Flamingo Hilton, Reno, NV August 7, 1997 Fargo, ND (Flood Aid Benefit) August 23, 1997 Universal Studios, Orlando, FL October 22, 1997 Riviera Theater, Chicago, IL October 24, 1997 Westbury Music Fair, Westbury, NY October 25, 1997 Orpheum Theater, Boston, MA October 26, 1997 Palace Theater, Albany, NY October 29, 1997 Shea's Buffalo Center, Buffalo, NY October 31, 1997 Count Basie Theater, Red Bank, NJ November 1, 1997 Meadows Music Theater, Hartford, CT November 5, 1997 Bangor Auditorium, Bangor, ME November 6, 1997 Mohegan Sun Resort, Uncasville, CT November 7, 1997 Lisner Auditorium, Washington, DC

1998

January 16, 1998 Coral Sky Amphitheater, West Palm Beach, FL (South Florida Fair '98) January 17, 1988 Ruth Eckerd Hall, Clearwater, FL January 18, 1988 Variety Playhouse, Atlanta, GA January 21, 1998 Ovens Auditorium, Charlotte, NC January 23, 1998 Murat Theater, Indianapolis, IN January 24, 1998 Palace Theater, Louisville, KY March 13, 1998 Florida Theater, Jacksonville, FL March 14, 1998 Tupperware Convention Center, Orlando, FL March 17, 1998 State Palace Theater, New Orleans, LA March 19, 1998 Aerial Theater at Bayou Place, Houston, TX March 20, 1998 Bronco Bowl, Dallas, TX March 21, 1998 Sunken Garden Amphitheater, San Antonio, TX April 15, 1998 Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN April 17, 1998 Sam's Town Casino, Robinsonville, MS April 19, 1998 Star Plaza Theater, Merrillville, IN April 21, 1998 Stranahan Theater, Toledo, OH April 22, 1998 Landmark Theater, Syracuse, NY April 24, 1998 Trump Marina, Atlantic City, NJ April 25, 1998 Camden, NJ (WMGK Festival) April 26, 1998 Community Arts Center, Williamsport, PA April 29, 1998 Cleveland, OH (Rock and Roll Hall of Fame) April 30, 1998 Palace Theater, Cleveland, OH May 1, 1998 Rockford Fieldhouse, Rockford, MI May 15, 1998 Pensacola, FL (Pensacola Springfest) May 16, 1998 Jackson, MS (Jubilee Jam) May 18, 1998 Music Hall, Austin, TX May 22, 1998 Chastain Park, Atlanta, GA May 23, 1998 Charlotte, NC (Speed Street Festival) May 25, 1998 Greenville, SC (Freedom Weekend) June 16, 1998 Palace Theater, Myrtle Beach, SC June 17, 1998 Tennessee Theater, Knoxville, TN June 19, 1998 Merriweather Pavillion, Columbia, MD June 20, 1998 Ohio Brewery District, Columbus, OH (supported by Steve Earle) June 23, 1998 Powers Auditorium, Youngstown, OH June 25, 1998 Warner Theatre, Erie, PA June 26, 1998 Fraze Pavillion, Dayton, OH June 27, 1998 Riverfest, Moline, IL July 3, 1998 Onaway Motor Speedway, Onaway, MI July 4, 1998 Pine Knob Music Theater, Clarkston, MI July 17, 1998 St. Joseph, MI (Venetian Festival) July 18, 1998 Cadott, WI (Chippewa Valley Music Festival) July 23, 1998 St. Louis Station, St. Louis, MO July 24, 1998 Minneapolis, MN (Twin Cities Rib Fest) July 25, 1998 Mohican North Star Casino, Boler, WI July 29, 1998 Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom, Hampton Beach, NH July 31, 1998 Watertown, NY (Fort Drum-Dog Days of Summer Festival) August 1, 1998 Cape Cod Melody Tent, Hyannis, MA August 2, 1998 South Shore Music Circus, Cohasset, MA August 19, 1998 Humphrey's Concerts, San Diego, CA August 21, 1998 Greek Theater, Los Angeles, CA August 22, 1998 San Mateo, CA (San Mateo County Fair & Floral Fiesta) August 23, 1998 Konocti Harbor Kelseyville, CA August 27, 1998 Kern County Fairgrounds, Bakersfield, CA August 28, 1998 Kings County Fairground, Hanford, CA August 29, 1998 Texas Station Gambling Hall, Las Vegas, NV September 11, 1998 Northwest Concert Center, Puyallup, WA October 2, 1998 State Fair of Texas, Dallas, TX October 3, 1998 Oil Palace, Tyler, TX October 8, 1998 Civic Center, Amarillo, TX October 9, 1998 Chavez Theatre, El Paso, TX October 10, 1998 Civic Center, Laredo, TX October 14, 1998 Municipal Auditorium, Lubbock, TX October 16, 1998 Aerial Theatre Bayou, Houston, TX October 17, 1998 Metarie, LA (Jefferson Parish Festival) October 28, 1998 Soaring Eagle Casino, Mt. Pleasant, MI November 11, 1998 State Theatre, Kalamazoo, MI November 10, 1998 Riverside Theatre, Milwaukee, WI November 14, 1998 Sioux City Auditorium, Sioux City, IA

2000

Donny Brewer: drums, Mel Schacher: bass, Max Carl: vocals, Bruce Kulick: guitar, Tim Cashion: keyboards

December 2, 2000 West Palm Beach, FL ("Holiday By the Shores")

2001

March 22, 2001 Palace of Auburn Hills, Auburn Hills, MI June 2, 2001 Silver Legacy Casino, Reno, NV September 7, 2001 Waterfront Park, Portland, OR October 26-27, 2001 Chip-In's Casino, Harris, MI

2002

January 12, 2002 Gulfstream Park, Hallandale, FL February 8-9, 2002 Chinook Winds Casino, Lincoln City, OR February 17, 2002 Sea World/Bayside Stadium, Orlando, FL (2 shows) February 23, 2002 Riverside County Fair, Indio, CA February 24, 2002 Santa Ana Star Hotel Casino, Bernalill, NM March 9, 2002 South Florida Expo Center, West Palm Beach, FL (The Cattle Barons Ball, for the American Cancer Society) March 20, 2002 Casino Winnivegas, Sloan, IA April 20, 2002 Pima County Fair, Tucson, AZ April 25, 2002 Flamingo Outdoor Amphitheatre, Laughlin, NV April 26, 2002 Palace Station Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, NV April 28, 2002 Pompano Beach, FL (Pompano Beach Seafood Festival) May 10, 2002 Peoria, IL (Eagle Radio Prairie Air Show) June 15, 2002 Shooting Star Casino, Mahnome, MN June 22, 2002 Menominee Casino, Keshena, WI June 23, 2002 Black Hills Reunion Ride, Deadwood, SD June 27, 2002 Rockin' the Hills, Bottineau, ND June 29, 2002 Hilton Amphitheatre, Reno, NV June 30, 2002 Greeley Independence Stampede, Greeley, CO (supporting Styx) July 4, 2002 Welleby Passive Park, Sunrise, FL July 6, 2002 Arlington Heights, IL (Frontier Days Festival) July 12, 2002 Wheatland Jam, Winfield, KS July 13, 2002 Beloit Riverfest, Beloit, WI July 19, 2002 Waukesha, WI (Waukesha County Fair) July 20, 2002 2nd Wind Ranch, Comstock, NE July 26, 2002 Stanislaus County Fair, Turlock, CA July 27, 2002 Linn County Fair, Albany, OR July 29, 2002 Ozark Empire Fair, Springfield, MO August 3, 2002 Akron, OH (WKDD Summer Concert) August 4, 2002 Oak Lawn, IL (Oak Lawn Family Days Festival) August 4, 2002 Canton, OH (supported by Leaf Garrett) August 9, 2002 Roseburg, OR (Douglas County Fair) August 14, 2002 San Mateo, CA (San Mateo County Fair) August 16, 2002 Sedalia, MO (Missouri State Fair) August 30, 2002 Marshfield, WI (Central Wisconsin State Fair) September 2, 2002 Denver, CO (Taste of Colorado/Main Stage) September 6, 2002 Muncie, IN (Summer Jam) September 13, 2002 Tulare, CA (Tulare County Fair) September 14, 2002 Fort Worth, TX (93.3-FM Bone Bash, supported by Blue Oyster Cult, Broken Toyz, Back in Black & Roadside Couch) September 21, 2002 Ruidoso Downs Racetrack/Casino, Ruidoso, NM September 26, 2002 South Plains Fair, Lubbock, TX October 2, 2002 Tulsa State Fair, Tulsa, OK October 4, 2002 Mississippi State Fair, Jackson, MS November 11, 2002 St. Petersburg, FL (Ribfest 2002)

January 9, 2003 Soaring Eagle Casino, Mount Pleasant, MI June 27, 2003 Sunset Station Casino, Henderson, NV June 28, 2003 Laughlin, NV July 1, 2003 Pleasanton, CA (2 shows) July 3, 2003 San Rafael, CA (2 shows) July 25, 2003 Clio Area Ampitheater, Clio, MI (supported by Black Stone Cherry) July 26, 2003 Lima, OH (supported by Kentucky Headhunters)

2004

June 5, 2004 Waukesha, WI June 7, 2004 DTE / Pine Knob, MI

06/12/04 Riverfest, Gadsden, AL

06/19/04 Awesome Harley Nights, Sioux City, IA

06/26/04 Cadillac Jams, Cadillac, MI

06/27/04 Indian Ranch, Webster, MA

06/30/04 US N'tl Hot-Air Balloon Champ., Battle Creek, MI

07/02/04 The Queen Mary Amphitheatre, Long Beach, CA

07/03/04 Sunset Station Casino, Henderson, NV

07/10/04 Molson Canal Concert Series, North Tonawanda, NY

07/23/04 Grand Casino Resort, Gulfport, MS

07/24/04 Magic Springs Theme Park, Hot Springs, AR

07/25/04 Quick Chek Fest of Ballooning, Readington, NJ

07/30/04 Larimer Cnty Fair/Bud Evt Ctr, Loveland, CO

08/02/04 California Mid-State Fair, Paso Robles, CA

08/05/04 Caesars Indiana Casino Hotel, Elizabeth, IN

08/06/04 Clay's Prk Resort Amphitheatre, North Lawrence, OH

08/07/04 Ohio State Fair, Columbus, OH

08/21/04 Party in the Pasture, Beulah, ND

08/22/04 Iowa State Fair-Riley Free Stg, Des Moines, IA

08/28/04 Cabarrus Arena & Events Center, Concord, NC

09/10/04 2004 HOG Rally/Timberwood Amp, Hot Springs, AR

09/12/04 Utah State Fair, Salt Lake City, UT

09/25/04 Bayfest, Corpus Christi, TX

09/26/04 State Fair of OK-B-52 Theatre, Oklahoma City, OK

10/02/04 Cerritos Center, Cerritos, CA

10/11/04 Paul Paul Theatre/Fresno Fair, Fresno, CA

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